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. is the person from modesto here? okay. this is towards abatement. is there any conflict with permission regarding 146 00? is that a penal code? >> [speaker not understood]. 146 00 is the edmonton ordinance. >> oh, okay, okay. and the question is, is there any conflict with permission -- permission [speaker not understood] -- regarding that ordinance? so basically how the city of edmonton's graffiti ordinance reads is that the by law is not specific to graffiti. so, graffiti is not defined. it doesn't say that it slashes or it doesn't describe it in that nature. and it doesn't speak to permission either. the by law is written such that it's under community standards 14600 with respect to community standards and buildings that are considered a nuisance. there's a specific statement in there, i don't have it in front of me unfortunately, with respect to graffiti. and, so, i guess the question, then, -- question is, do we ever have trouble with property owners saying, well, i want to have this piece of graffiti on our property and i don't feel it's a nuisance and i'm not going to remove it?
it was put on with permission. so, permission is considered in the decision-making process, but it's not an overall factor. so, if the by law officer had determined that that was a nuisance, the property owner would have been forced to remove it, but in this situation made a determination that it wasn't a nuisance, that it was put on, it wasn't detracting from the neighborhood and it was allowed to remain. it gives the officers a lot of leeway. we are looking at what toronto is doing right now in terms of possibly coming up with a way of retroactively approving pieces of art that are on murals that at this point in time our by laws seem to be holding. >> if i could just add to that, actually, because our program is similar [speaker not understood] when we started researching. this idea of graffiti-type murals that have permission like you were showing in your presentation, we don't have those in the city of vancouver. we don't allow that. so, all murals have to go through a permit system. so, any building that wants to put something up, they have to get like a permit from the city.
and we would like permission to enter into negotiations. we also have inquired and have letters from the 4 companies that did not bid and they gave the same general reasons this company had come at the same time where there is a lot of other work in terms of work and the project was too big to commit a vast amount of their technical staff, bidding staff and production on one project. so, we would like permission, your permission to enter into negotiation which we would do in the next 2-4 weeks because time is of the essence. if we come to an agreement that we all is fair and reasonable and all sides agree, we would come back to you for a price, a revised contract in price. if we don't, we need to immediately proceed on rebidding this project which would attract more -- bidders. i have made this process quickly so we don't repeat. any questions? >> sorry to be always asking questions. just trying to understand, we saw we were getting 25-40 underestimate has come up to close to estimate if not a little bit above. we are certainly seeing that on city projects, large and small. it's not
's kind of what i was trying to get across when we were talking about permission if it doesn't violate a local ordinance or state ordinance or any other, you know, legal piece, then we don't have any purview to deal with it. so, yeah, that is certainly a great tool to have. every time i bring it up to my city, by the time we get the city attorney involved, arts board involved, everybody else involved, they decide it's too much work to do that and we'll just see what happens. >> one more. let's hear from the san francisco arts commission. >> her statement frightens me. i'm an arts person. this is san francisco, we're in a unique situation in that we really do -- our whole city lich on creativity. and we like to encourage it and also manage it at the same time. the street smarts program that i manage which is funded by dpw is a public/private partnership. all public mural art or any sort of public art has to be funneled through our commission and we have to give permission to do that. but when you're dealing with a private property owner it's slightly different because they basically hav
sort of public art has to be funneled through our commission and we have to give permission to do that. but when you're dealing with a private property owner it's slightly different because they basically have -- they have ownership of their property and ownership of what goes on that property. but at the same time, if they do put something up like a sunflower or what have you and the neighborhood is against it, how do you manage that? because technically it's their right to put that up. so, in our program, because we did have an incident where there was a complaint from a neighbor, we have encouraged the property boehner to take the rendering from the artist and share it with their neighborhood association and allow two weeks from any feedback. that being said, because it is private property, we can only encourage. so, we're still kind of working on that sort of nuance piece. but i think going to the extreme of making everything a process like public art would be really challenging in an environment like san francisco. so, i think every city is different. san francisco would be drasti
is on the different lots it's our property therefore with our permission of authorization it's not on our property. here's the copy of the party wall agreement it clearly says that this agreement here wants the land so whoever gets the land it's this alternate. the parking wall is to benefit both party. we're not getting two foundation walls upgraded and any future buyer of our property is wondering why we you couldn't up grade the property. it's not cause us problems in the future even though the engineers say this will not negatively impact our believe therefore we're not going to grant the permission for this work. please consider. >> please state your name for the record. janet son. >> we can hear from the permit holder. >> i'm the property owner of this tree. according to the rehearing procedure the appellants need to show different facts and circumstances have arisen. there's two reasons the reason that the d by you didn't have the authority to issue the permit and second the permit issued is not in koorng with certain sections. based on our review all of this was covered in the prior hea
into cooperation. the phrase was, permission structure. i was taken with this. let's see if you are. let's listen. >> there are common sense solution to our problems right now. i cannot force republicans to embrace those common sense solutions. i can urge them to. i can put pressure on them. i can, you know, rally the american people around those, you know, those common sense solutions. but ultimately they, themselves, are going to have to say, we want to do the right thing. and i think there are members, certainly, in the senate right now, and i suspect members in the house as well, who understand that deep down, but they're worried about their politics. it's tough. their base thinks that compromise with me is somehow a betrayal. they're worried about primaries. and i understand all that. and we're going to try to do everything we can to create a permission structure for them to be able to do what's going to be best for the country. >> so the question from all, a few good men, can the president tell the truth to the american people like he just did then and admit the simple fact he can't twist a
's permission based. now, i know a lot of artists go out there and do gravanis art with permission, murals, commissioned art. for us that's not a big deal. there are a lot of murals in sacramento and san francisco that is all permission based. for us, we're kind of a sdae zero tolerance city in sacramento. you go out and you vandalize something, that's a crime. that's how we view that in our city. >> i tell them it's art, you got to express yourself but you cannot damage other people's property. i usually say how many of you have a little brother or sister, you don't want to teach them to steal. how do you feel when they mess up your stuff? that's how i approach it. >> also we try to leave that at the end where tibo, played by anthony over here, that's basically how the character evolves throughout the play, being this leader of this crew and, you know, he kind of teaches everybody but says, yeah, you have a leader but i ain't going to do what you are going to do. robert over here who plays damage, he's the antagonist. he's kind of damaged but at the end, you know, these guys, oh,
maintained my position. you can see the letter i spelled out in september. i would grant the permission for your worker to enter the property only workers that is properly certified and liability insurance. this is my legal right to have that information. he has refused. instead he spent the time and effort to provide those things. he has provide nothing. and now he is not -- you have to be personally certified to do the work. we just ask who is the person to do this work has certification. i have not received a single document. all the time is attacked me personally. he's filed a lawsuit in the court and acquired title. the court already ruled. they don't have an easement. he's responsible for preventing the project from moving forward. we already said we give you a document that is now filed again and again. you have to have a property certified and give us that information. you are working on our property. we have to be protected. somebody fall, you do something. he already told me when we are not there he come down and he did that. he said you have to sue me and this kind of attitud
permission to give permission to fire. and the commanding officer at night, he's tried to ask. he did not get permission to fire. he goes somewhere else tried to get permission and the mission commander can at grand that because it is his job. he is back and forth. he does not give a call. an f-14 picked up on the call on the f-14 fired. the pilot did not do anything wrong. he did what he was supposed to be doing any took the shot. unfortunately the shell was of a point where the two plans were too close together and he could not see the differences on the rudder screen. now, the big secret to this, there were flying with new platforms. new aircraft unable to get in for read tonight time in a jury of all these things that happened that night. develop all sorts of new things that are tried immoral the time. and these platforms, and for red eye time imagery of the shootout . they knew who shot him down from the ghetto and they knew what happened to him. and the infrared night time imagery they captured the ejection seat going off, the rocket going out, and everything. >> they knew all along. an
not shoot them down, to clarify that point, he's not the one who did it, but because he broke his permission and he broke from his mission profile to go after, when ahead at 14th and f-15s up to shoot down a mig like that, that's what they were supposed to be doing it because he broke from what he was supposed to be doing he created the confusion there with the awacs, the hot at the midpoint and the rest of the people in his formation who were not distracted looking for the mig your they just need to left -- lethe f-14s and f-15s do the job. the confusion, that's a mistake. you don't break formation until after something because you think you have to do this. and that's the mistake. that's the big one that started. and from there it gets to be a point where the hawkeyes doesn't have permission, to give permission to fire. and anderson who is scott speicher's commanding officer, he is trying to ask him when he didn't -- we couldn't get permission to fire on the mig county goes to the hawkeye to try to get permission and the mission commander cannot grant that because that's not his job. so he
and to avert a serious threat to health or safety. the 12 public exceptions are permissive. the privacy rule does not require any disclosures. the disclosure publications arise from other sources such as state public health reporting laws. the effect of the public exceptions is to permit otherwise required disclosures without violating the privacy rule. third, for the last 10 years, inadequate health professional and patient outreach and education programs have led to a lack of understanding of the privacy rule by many affected individuals and covered entities. a common problem is that some disclosures permitted by the privacy rule are not -- perhaps out of ignorance or an overabundance of caution. the 2013 promulgation of the omnibus amendment to the privacy rules make it an appropriate time for hhs to start a new program of public and health care provider education and outreach. in conclusion the privacy rule i believe is essential to individual health care and public health and safety. additional efforts to increase understanding of the privacy rule by the public and covered entities as w
government applied last month for permission to reclaim a sparsely populated coastal district known as honoko in okinawa. that's where it wants to move the base. >> translator: the air station should not be allowed to stay where it is now. i want to proceed with building the replacement facility in hanoko in line with the japan/u.s. agreement. i will do my best to seek the understanding of the okinawa people. >> translator: i request that the futenma air station be moved out of okinawa prefecture because it would take too long to build a replacement facility in the hanoko district of nago. i will assess the government's replacement application based on relevant law. >> right now, the futenma air station is located in a densely populated area in okinawa. u.s. and japanese leaders agreed in 2006 agreed to move the base. their plan includes the construction of runways that would extend out over the sea. opponents have protested over the possible impact on the coastal environment and many want the base to be moved out of okinawa entirely. >>> the operators of japan's oldest nuclear reactors will
by the end of 2012. chinese official permission took longer than expected. twice postponing establishment of the new firm. it's delayed other japanese business plans. bank of japan policy makers will end their two-day meeting on thursday and announce the result late nr in the day. it's the first meeting under the new governor. they are expected to discuss further monetary easing measures to achieve a 2% inflation target as soon as possible. this is to pull japan out of deflation. the central bank buys state bonds that mature in three years or less. they will consider buying more risky assets such as exchange traded funds. discussions will also be held on giving greater transparency on their bond buying programs. one supplies necessary funds to the market and the other is for the purpose of monetary easing. u.s. markets close lower. the dow jones closed at 14,550. for more on how stocks are trading here in tokyo let's go to ramin. he's at the tokyo stock exchange. investors are focusing more on the boj in the u.s. how are stocks trading? >> markets focused on the bank of japan policy meeti
permission to go. cbs reporter tara merge ner explains why the trip is causing such an up roar. >> rapper jay-z released a new song called open letter responding to criticism of his trip to cuba last week. >> i'm in cuba. the communist talk so confusing. >> blocks americans from traveling to the communist nation except for educational or cultural purposes. the song suggests that president obama, who is friends with the music superstars, gave them permission for the visit. >> boy from the hood got white house. >> but white house spokesman jay carney told reporters thursday that the president had nothing to do with the trip. >> i guess nothing rhymes with treasury. treasury offers and gives licenses for travel, as you know. >> one of the words that sort of rhymes with treasury is anniversary. jay-z and beyonce were celebrating their fifth anniversary in cuba. confirms the cbs news it cleared the celebrity couple's trips. >> some in the cuban american says the high-profile visit wrongfully sheds a light of castro regime. >> i think it says, wow, if that trip is considered an educational cultural
is trying to do. - but they have been granted court permission to go ahead. - they have been granted court permission, the idea being that no restrictions were put in place when they said "hey, we can take these broadcast waves and watch them in our house, so if we turn them into internet traffic, that is ok too." - so what they are doing with aereo is they take the network signal and just rebroadcast and sell it, so they are pirating a signal legally somehow. - yes. pirating is such a weird word in this case. if you order a pay-per-view, and you invite your friends over and charge them $20 a piece, you might make a little bit of a profit. they are doing that on a massive scale. they are taking something that is free over the waves, and the networks made that decision long ago, that we are going to be able to get tv for free - abc, nbc... - all of us are going to be able to get that for free. and then aereo built this giant infrastructure, these internet servers and towers and everything, to charge people for it, and to put it out there. - so what happens to network programming? are they g
. they are requesting permission from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. to broadcast. it's intermittent ampliified sound and more announcement base. all of the speakers will face away from the water. we didn't have complaints last year about the america's cup sound. we will continue to monitor it during the event and they are requesting permission to have ampliified sound one evening for a music performance until 9:00 p.m.. they're still figuring out who would perform so there are two optional days. september 1 is before laborer day and before the holiday. we're not doing it before a week night and there are conditions in the mmrp that adam said on ampliified sound again, lessening of
it there because i gave permission to it, permission is not a factor, it's whether or not it's a nuisance property. in canada some jurisdictions have their bylaws such that they can charge taggers with fines for doing graffiti tagging. we don't have any such ordinance in our city. graffiti is managed on the enforcement side as a crime under the criminal code of canada. so just quickly i won't go through all of our programs, i did an hour and a half so i could talk forever on our programs. but basically we have our programs for our city are divided into 4 areas. civic operations, we have two graffiti removal vans that clean graffiti on our civic property alone. we do enhanced clean up, we have a contractor that does some additional clean up on city property as well as the clean up that's done by operational departments in the city. and interdepartment coordination is key. we have an operations department, operations committee that's made up of representatives from all the operations areas in the city and through that we coordinate all of our clean up on city infrastructure and we have all of o
there as a temporary fix until you determine the outcome of this appeal. once we either have permission to proceed, we will finish construction and grind down the lip or we will remove the cabinet and put the site back to being just a sidewalk, it's not saying the department can't be fixed, they're saying it can't be fixed until we determine this and decide which way to go, as to your item, we have responsibility and liability to what happens based on our facility being in the right-of-way. there's a discussion about mr. yee wanting to expand his use, allegations of graffiti and trash, as required, at&t removes graffiti within three days of notification, there's a toll free number to call if there's graffiti, should the city have to remove the graffiti, they can xharj the expenses of at&t which goes beyond the city's code, we offered per the mou to mr. yee that we would plant plantings, screening, greening, that offer stands, it's a requirement that we -- something we offered and at the department's request, we will put that in at any location. also just to respond to some things that were raised, m
's easier to ask for foregiveness than permission. 9 months for the permission to ask foregiveness for uber and the rest of them to come is this the sort of world they want to live in? dr. heinicke you have a child would you want your son coming up in a world like that? that's the way these guys are operating and they know they can tie up your hands this is what we're dealing with? >> thank you. >> okay. >> next speaker? ? >> are any of those people here? i'll keep speaking. >> okay. they will get the message. >> so for people who are downstairs, if you hear me call your name, please make your way upstairs. i'll continuing calling names until i reach somebody who's in the room. calling names. >> good afternoon sir. >> with respect to the board supervisors. >> could you tell us your name? >> my name is -- i want to say please don't add anymore cabs and i want to say no on adding fees -- here's the proof. by the way would you like to know how much money i am paying with the yellow cab and other drivers too there's no need to add any more fees for this. 665 dollars week in insurance we
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